Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman sophomore quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson is among the West's up and coming prospects in the 2018 class, but he is determined to expand his recruiting horizons beyond his home region. In keeping with that the talented gunslinger made his way to Michigan earlier this week and came away extremely impressed.
“It was something I didn’t expect,” Thompson-Robinson told The Michigan Insider. “I talked to the whole offensive staff individually, toured through the football facility and campus, sat down with numerous people dealing with the school part of my visit, and went to the Big House.”
“I talked to (Head) Coach (Jim) Harbaugh for about an hour. He talked about how high I was on their board for 2018 quarterback recruiting and what type of stuff I should look for in making my decision and he informed me to get out to their quarterback camp this summer. If my Gorman schedule allows it I will for sure be there. I then talked to (Passing Game/Wide Receivers) Coach (Jedd) Fisch and he said about the same thing Coach Harbaugh said.”
Looking back on his time in Ann Arbor the talented youngster was impressed by every aspect of his visit, but one part stood out above all the rest.
“Meeting with Coach Harbaugh,” said Thompson-Robinson. “He is the most comfortable coach I’ve been around and he made me and my family feel like we were at home. He fed us and everything.”
Needless to say the experience definitely has made a big impression. Even with no offer extended yet the Wolverines have moved up his list.
“They are definitely in my top three,” Thompson-Robinson said of the Wolverines.
Next up on the visit docket is a stop at Ohio State today.